April 8, 2024

The online publication said on Monday, April 8, that the Hammers are now very much in the running for the center defender, who is also attracting interest from AC Milan, Tottenham, and Liverpool.

 

David Moyes, a fan of the 26-year-old Adarabioyo, is rumored to have had West Ham target the player as a replacement for Harry Maguire of Manchester United.

 

West Ham has reportedly entered the hunt for the defender and is prepared to offer him a lucrative long-term contract in an attempt to entice him to the London Stadium, according to a story that appeared on TEAMtalk.

 

“Hammers manager David Moyes is eager to add to his team’s central defense options during the summer transfer window, and the Scot sees Adarabioyo as an appealing proposition.”

 

Adarabioyo will become a free agent in June and has not yet reached an agreement to sign new terms at Craven Cottage, so it’s possible that he has already decided on his future with Fulham.

 

Harry Maguire is no longer considered for a transfer by West Ham United

The majority of the summer transfer window last year was overshadowed by West Ham’s pursuit of Maguire; nevertheless, the club ultimately chose to acquire Konstantinos Mavropanos.

 

If at least one of the current team’s center backs leaves, it appears quite likely that the Irons will look to add another in the summer, and Adarabioyo seems like a strong fit.

 

 

The former England Under-21 international has made 76 Premier League games for Fulham in addition to representing the team in the Championship. Marco Silva called him a “special” player earlier this season.

 

The Manchester City youth product will be able to demand a larger income than if he were being signed for a fee because he is available for free.

 

That shouldn’t deter West Ham because they will essentially be saving almost £10 million in upfront expenses.

 

Adarabioyo has shown himself in the Premier League and would be a wise addition, even though his name may not be as intriguing as that of a player from outside.

 

Regarding other West Ham news, Fabrizio Romano has provided an update regarding Kalvin Phillips’ future as a Manchester City loanee.

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